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Translation of "unite" - English-Spanish dictionary

unite

verb   /juːˈnaɪt/ ( present participle uniting, past tense and past participle united)
to join together as a group, or to make people join together as a group unir(se), juntar We need a leader who can unite the party.
(Definition of unite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unite

verb /juˈnait/
to join together, or to make or become one unir(se); reunir(se) England and Scotland were united under one parliament in 1707 He was united with his friends again.
to act together unirse Let us unite against the common enemy.
united adjective
joined into a political whole unido the United States of America.
joined together by love, friendship etc unido They’re a very united pair/family.
made as a result of several people etc working together for a common purpose unido Let us make a united effort to make our business successful.
(Definition of unite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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